Tony Greer

Macroeconomic analysis

Tony Greer, editor of the Morning Navigator™, filters a chaotic global landscape through 30 years of macro trading experience and his own analysis to provide regular insight for each trading day.

The culture at TG Macro™ is built on risk accountability and rigor. The Morning Navigator™ is my daily journal on markets, media, music and pop culture. It was designed to identify long term trends and short term trading opportunities across currencies, commodities, equities and interest rates and still be fun to read.

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TG Macro offers The Morning Navigator subscriber model which provides daily news, analysis, and trade ideas across asset classes in original and consistent form. TG Macro also offers an institutional level Point Lookout Package, which includes broader technical analysis of markets and trade opportunities.

Covering trading opportunities across global markets and leveraging our vast network to bring informative trading insights with an added bonus of humor and inspirational quotes to get you in the right state of mind to start your day.

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TG Macro featured on Real Vision™ Financial Television Network

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PODCAST

Amaranth didn't collapse in 2006 because it made bad bets. It collapsed because it made a large bet and the street figured out its positioning - so simply had to machine gun nat gas futures until the firm got margin called and blew up. This is what is happening now in stonks.

“Nothing I decide about the world will make me
any money. If I’m going to trade profitably, I can only do that by listening to what the market is telling me.” - @TgMacro Love this quote. I always think what is the market saying.

Friends, Romans, Cannabis Rangers - if you haven't signed up for @todd_harrison on Substack you're not going to be as well informed as you'd like. https://toddharrison.substack.com/p/do-it

It's as if the severe lockdowns were intended (and extended) to ensure as much pain as possible while Trump was still in office.
One week into a new admin and now these cities say it's ok to open? Even w/infections high?
The hypocrisy is stunning.
https://www.foxbusiness.com/small-business/indoor-dining-gets-ok-in-big-cities-just-after-trump-leaves-office

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